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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

Gazitte otices. pplicTios for L:licens? 'he praved?. - Louisa Kibble, 7a, 'Monea south; Edward West, 46a; Longwood ; Margaret? Trimble, 169a, Marraweeney; Johann? P.. Kublie, 63', Wondooinatook ; Matthew Lanze; 120a, !Wairenbayne; Charlotte J, Hoskin," 350a, Boho Matthcw: Maher, 24S Ma,"Moorna.' Daniel o'larrell, 23;?itlma; -daward Hill, 320a, Goomalibee; John :' 'C.annr, 80a, Samaria. Lease transferred.-Cathetinc Johnston, to \In. Macl:rell, 172. 3r 27p. Strathbogie. Applibhtimn'for le-ases apl.'oved:.-Thomas Iek, IKarram6dmuns, 10a .r- 10p; Patrick Keclly,tKarramoinus 99Da 3r 10p. Licenses cancelled or declared .void. Alex. McLeod, Upotipotpon,160a ; James Miullins, 'it nalibee, 300a. . Application for Grants approved.M--ohn G. Dohnt, Strathbogie, 20a.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Select Poetry. WOMEN'S RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

Iaeii ct Ptetry W 'oMENS RIcGHT.. The rights of women. ' ha ar'trTie',- . Tiie right"to lahor 'and ft 1i?a`J' ýl , : - The right to watih while Other sleep, The rightio'er oth ra' woes to weep ;;r The righ~t to succour in reverse, The right to bless wheii'others curse ; The right to love ilihom others scorn, The right to comfort ll thlit mourn, .. The right to shed new light on earthi,; The right to feel:the.soul's high worth; The right to Jead the s'oultot God, Alozig the'pathithe Siriour tirod. " 7" t The path of weakness anil of love, .The path of faith that leads above. The patlidf pliti e ii?eeidei wrong, O ,_ Tie path in which the weak grog- etrong, Such women'a rights, and God will bless. And crown their champions with success:

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To India on a Bicycle. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

To Inu lia-on a IBicycle. ,??An English bicyclist. :Mr 'Thonmas Stevens, oil his two-wheeled.lsteed, has ridden across Europe from Calais to" Coonl stantilsole, andw ssxing bolder by sciccess, hai? pushed on to Asia Minor and 'Persia. He is Ifnw,s.-ys the Pall Mall 1azfdte; of 25th September, at Tabree., and fir?ti thiefco he is goiiig to pushl on thhro?l Af?h!inistan to India. liurnay' s ride to Rhiva is::nothinig ;d6Smpared-'itli thid bicyclist's turtb:o Herat. To what visions of terror he must havegien ,rise .ii Asiatic. villages a.s lie sped. snoiselessly; through a wondering population: To s·' a wheel' runrni fthiay with" s nia ion the' top of it must have suggested tihouighi of Shlitan and the .Afrits, with which tthi Eastern . iiiuinatol.on lssi?'eopled the invisible world. But how the world shiinks,- and what a prdopec't does tlhe v?nturegmue cyclist open up ",before the' eye§ of wheelniedh If a bicyclist can truidle his way oVer.r ?t^rst. anid 'the Hiical.iyas. what corner ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Results of Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

RBesults of Adverdsilnr The ,firat, time .a man .looks at an advertisement hoedoes not'see it? The second time he dies not notice it, The third time he is conscious of its existence:- " - -. -: - - ~hoe fourth.time he. faintly, remembers ha~ving seeni it .before:'. 1 ' The fifth time lie reads it. The sixth time he turns up his nose at it. The seventh time he feads it through and says, "Oh I bother." The eighth time he hays, "Here's that confbunded thing again.' The ninth time he wonders if it amounts to anything. The tenth time he thinks lie will ask his neighbour if he has tried it. :Tlhe oleventh.teiietd.h.wonders liow the advertiser makes it pay; The twelfth tiind he thinks perhaps it may be worth something. The thirteenth time he thisiksait 'must be a good thing. The fourteenth timne ie rili~6irbera that he has wanted such a thing for a long time. The fifteenth time he thinks lie 'will buy it some day. - . : The sixteenth time he makes a me miorandum,of it. - :. -7 - The serent...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHRISTMAS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

CHRISTMAS DAY, Diving service was held a St.Paus i :ctni or ~ -lýld and thoe 1 sleyhf Church, Euroa, ohXmas morning, there \being largd congregations at botheplaces. At the former, the Rev.:F' -.'.iVilson officiated' and delivered an appropriate discourse. The Rev. . Scholes occupied the pulpit at: the Wesleyanri Church, anl based an iiestructive sermon on St. Luk 's account of the Nativity. SMany fishing, shooting, and other parties ?vwere also improvised, and the day was passe l d in quiet cnjoyement.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

A t ast Laddion has -kccognised the cralasi df the Sc irn appointinga lady; MisPrideaun. o thic pot to homse surgieon tohe aTddii? ton' Gi'en Ch l'drcn'i Hodpital. MiasPrideanu who is a "Bachelor"- of Mledicine and of Surgery of LondonUniveraty,whereshetoo i first-class idMedicine, was selectedii-facce of nineteen malecil didates of whom half were Univeriitygrddiates: Tfimtlie firatinetance df a. lady rec.eiving ans;hobpjit4, slointment in the metropolis, "thdit?? himnilar appoint= i?nts have previously bor?n -msde in-the lrs. prejudiced Iprnvincs.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

CommuercilBI Mr -C. L. D-Boos reports price3 I - ccaii's* ltblIow - 1 Fresh butte srbdo '?i Fowl';-2s -tc :;e per pair. Ducks 3v per pair. rurkey-3i4 in 8a per parr. Sheepslk t .Y d t341d, ' Hidee''d to *i- (}: 1Kangaroo IIl IIt£1H Wtil2bv -tl o ,tl Oppossinm 2r i to e tld. -Dear--2 L.1 1- ti id. Me&*. J. E. lhtidburv :nil Cu . p0'tt :Przxz..-e~! ~-.-. tter~ (bd: print r-bu tter, p rim r; L' O d . c , ]u ib thoaei 3d it- 3'd par lb.:piigs 3dto4&d ;turkev 59s to i1s.pecr prir. fowls, `? 4 v5: -sock" 3? to 4; ("d: o Maw~rs Uxorti,. Eu i5. !U:1 :15i ta., 1'J:)" ing report oi thlrir 'prce i- *Cs k Butter (p.'noi) 9.d. Ft; ý"; 23 t"13:, tid. 1"i: s vs tit. 1'ý: 'ý }i!-a 2i1ic,'d. SýTia `.R i s I ^r }L);ssL^, :'c'ard iJ~;hdl S'"b2

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

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Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE PEOPLE OF VIOLET TOWN. (PER FAVOUR "VIOLET TOWN HERALD.") [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

TO THE PEOPLE OF VIOTiET (PER FAV'R " ViOL'T WToW IwinL. ) LADIES and- (ETrLUME. Accipt the grarteful- thanks of myself and family, for your genoriou and bAble, conduct, - at the " Firea ' on M~on-. day list. . . . ... : ere it not for yur unitcild enrsgyand disinterestud k,;kiidn.esis in subduing the flaines, I ald ininc would now be hoine-. less. . * Wishing ydu -all ' " happy Air year." S'; -EJver gatefully, yoturs-,, : --T ,. ..: u..: i:SAM FENTON. dNrthlEastern Stores.. .. ;;.. oVi6olt Toiii*,. 36tlK Dc.. 885.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.—Ed.] TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

_Coai RE4PO. E 2)C1 E ' [We do not necessarily idleitif, ourselves ',iti.thle .opinions 'expresedby v correspon dents.-Ed.] ' TO TIE EDIIIOR. Si.:-Tohii li yor oiinufs I xilnldd directi tice ttentimin of the" Presidentd anid Council of thel Eu.ro i lshire. to the 'dis gnriceful conditiiiii of the bridged hicl spans tlih: Wiiding C?ieek oii' the maidi 'Sydney road, and over which all trafflic i& Old .;Lpngwood: p'sdt ufllice' plses. UiTlh bridge in qoestion is ahlmot! 'impassable, inasaacih s there aretwoor three:yawftiing gulfs right in the, centre, so; that ivehicles iare with considerable difficulty navigated :across it, and pedestrians 'after rightfall are -in .danger; of breaking,. their;adgs. Theroe is, moreover;-ar crossing betw?een 'the townshliplt of:ld~'iand'ew tLonggwood' ni a sonmewhat siinlar condition, -mldeo' imlpasable for vehicles, tho..banks having given way, aid thi?only ivstii"e of a cross Iag.dbservable are a .few samplingsR.?-Youns' etc., Lonwod, 2th DaS...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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CRICKET. MIEPOLL v BRANJEE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

- -? MIEPOLL .? BRANJEE.? The last matchi betwe?i thnie two cluba was played on ,the ground of the -latter; ani resulfeid ii a win for Miepoll lby 13 runs. 1. Bretoik iind J. Gayibri.batted wiell for.Mieputll, the latwi'shoiwiig. sc;one ireally good play,, while, for the "BEnnjee teals the two Keatings and Connell played excellently. 'The bowliiig of Gaynur and Glaaheen" piroved very effective, and Keinedy amd Broderick, for Bi rijee, do serve a .word of ,praise. The. f.llowin* are'the scores: . . . :.n ro .. M. Cullerc Broderick; .:. . W: (lasheen; c & b Broderick :.. 1 Worland, st Connell g Daniier, cDonohue, b Broderick 1 J. Egau, Keating, b Broderick...' 4 PRyan, b Kennedy ... . 5 Gaynor, e & b Kennedy..:, ... 31 Dwyer, b Broderick- . 0 J. Glatsheen, c Kennedy; b ?iroderick 1", JI. Brenock, st Keating :. D. EFan, not out .. . ... 4 Total ... ... 77 lDonohuie;, OGavnor . W. Keating, c raynr, iI Glasheen 5 Broderick, a Gaynor, b Ilasheen .. 2 E. Kennedy, ast renock...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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AVENEL. CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

PCRICKET MATCI{ A teatm from the Richmond Excelsior. C.O. visited' us ohi'Xuis Dlay, and~l'the' weather being delightfullv. coul, aud the visitors v:ry. pleasant, eI greeable fllows, ai v"ey enjoyablo inatclh I i. plyed, re ::ulting in a' s.ii folr, Avehol b.y o: \wiclket, the last two batsmon pulling off tho nmatch by good vigorous play. Ap pended are e the full scores : SEXCLSIOR. . . lat Iuluniis. 2nillhnilngs. Pi-ismior, caTight .. "0' Ruii out ... ' .Ballard (cap.),bowled 1' Run out ... 25 Rowe, bowled .. 7 Bowled ... 3 Plannur, bowled .... 10 bowlud ... 4 Cad:l ell, n ot out ... 16 catught ... 0 EgSil, bowled ... howled ..i 13 Vyatt, bowled . 2 not"out ... 4 J. Ballard, bowled.' :' 5 caught'V ..: 2 Graham, bowlad ... O caught' ...: 2 Currer. bowled ... 3 bowled ... 0 lvyd, bowled .. 4 run out ... S Byies . ..13' ' . .. 4 . Total: . 64 ... - .. : .... 7' AVENSL. 1st Iniings. . 2nd Innings. F. Gadd, bowled.. 13 bowled ... 2 Il. Fosdick, bowled 0" bomled ... 1 McFarlane, run-ait ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENTERTAINMENT AT LONGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

E??.ERTrIAINMENT AT LON O In the evening ttlihifiecanics' Insti. tito was well filled, when the ical dramatic club gava aperlormeance siipplO mented by a enocer, iin aid of the institution. "Aurora, Floyd," the piece repretentod, was one which afforded mllvy facilities for the display of! talent,T'oingdependedentf9r ite sno cess on' thle iust conception and pour trayal of many of the deepest-seated passions of humanm ature:, I Th :princi pal charadter, Aurora Floyd was under taken by ars Ti'ruman, and this lady's sct~tg ?ra dtservedly'-t)?' setu-e of the er ning, and excitie frequent bursts of Becroft, J. E. Maxfield, andE. Trumsa also well su'stained theitrb racters, the latter, as the villain of the piece, being worthy of special commendation. Miss Robins,-who took the.' art of Mrs Powell, while being woid perfect, might have judiciously imparted more anima. tion into lier work, hut those who understand the disadvantages under which a performer labors -on a first appearance in pub...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Destructive fire at Violet Town [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

Deutrsetive Sre~nt Violet Town About half-past two o'clock on Montag afternoon last, a serious fire brokeout in time threatened the demolition of the maiii portion of the street.- The fire started in the butchery nearly4oppesite Underwood's new hotel, latoly ~c rried.on by Mr John Underwood. That gentlenman, however, resigned business a fortnight before, and Mr Thomas Hoskins, the proprietor of the place, determined to carry on the butchery business. On Monday morning he placed a young rman named William West, w-hose parents have a farm at Upotipotp6n, in charge. \Vest placed a large boiler on the fire, with the intention of rendering downi sbi s6uet, aid, }according to; his onii-statoinetit, alloived thli file to burn down before he attempted to remove the lid. On doing so the hnelted fat burst into a-tremendoutis blaze, :and thel room wa?s inhtantly; filled : ith 'ihme's. The young fellow -'phickily enideavored to remove the boiler, when, unfortunately, his clothing cauglht fire, ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

Arrilal of Muash. Maha arrive at the EurgaPost Office as follows : From Gouram, Merton, Doon,. Main damplo and Mansfield, at 5.20 p.m., Sun days oxceptked. From Jamieson, Mondays.Wednesdays and Fridays, at 5.20 p.m. --From Miepoll, Miepoll .-outh, Kar ?mmomur South, on Mondays, Wednee days, and Fridays, at 9 a.m. Riggs' Creek, Tuesdays and Fridays, U a.m. iFrom.Shean's Creek, Strathlbogie, and Striatbogie West,. on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 5.30 p.m.. From RBlmattum, Mondja. Wednes ltboumuiap and do rm , daily, at Melbourne up train, daily at 7 p.m. Doown train daiy, ;6.15 p.mn

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Boxing Day at Strathbogle. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

Boxing Day at Itratbbioui.f Tho-Christmas holidays ,round ; once more, anid :oxing Daytfitti?g in/in 'its accustomed place. Is there anyone at present living whir caci supply any infor omation as to the drigintot :tat uneupho neouslytitled .i iday its Cwhy andits utulu.'tlieT j u . e years of jurvenile innocence, when Christmas and Easter were the landinarks:of; theo -ear; as biinogiuig regularly ii their wake a train of holidayasour tonder,braiis have often pioudered'ifihowildeiineiit over the meauning of this. celebration..-,In vain:we put the query ,tto hlieiOrichtons (of-th't school; and 'timidly :ggesd asoluitiii dof the riddle from matiure visitors and friends from every quarter. -The question still reimaind?l unanswerdi i we aicehded'with years, to agitate, us with its repitition more or"less, severely"each' aticc?siv. season. Was' it iisstitutdd hiihommeimora tion of the successful p.asge thropgh some question of-great national nmeni? t 7 wea it to mark the adyeiti:oft some ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Euroa Advertiser CALENDAR FOR 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

1 CGALNDAR 1886 JANUARY. FEBRUARY. MARCH. APRIL. Sunday - 31 8 10 17 24 7 14 21128 7 14121 28 4 11 18 25 1Monday - 4 11]18125 1 8 1522 1 8 15122129 5 12 19 26 Tuesday - 5 12 19 2612 9 16 23 2 9 16 28 30 6 13 20 27 jWednesday 6 13 20 27 3 10. 17 24" 3 10 17 24 31 7 -14 21 28 Thursday- 7 141211284 11 18125 4 11 18 25 1 8 15122 29 Friday. - 1 8 152229 5 12 19126 5 1211926 2 9 16 23 30 Saturday- - 2 9 16 28 30 6 13 2027 6 12027 3 10 17 24 i_ MAY. JUNE. JULY. AUGUST. Sunday - 80 2 9116[283 613 ?20127 j 411 18 251 8:15 22129 Ii Monday -131. 8 10 17 24 7 1421 28 5 12 19126 2 9.1:623 30 Tuesday - 4 11 18 25 1 8t15122.29 6113820 273 810 17:24131 IWednesday 5 12 19 2612 9 16123180 7 14 21 28 4 :11 18125 Thursday- 6 13 20 2738 10 17 24 1 8 15122 29 5 12 19 26 lFriday - 7 14 21 28 4 11 18 25 2 9116123830 6 13 20 27 Saturday- 1 8 15 22 29 5 12 19 26 3 `10 1712431 7 14.21 28 SEPTEMIBER. OCTOBER. NOVEMBER. DECEM1IBER. ,Sunday - 5 12 19126381 8 10117 24 7 14 21 28 5 12 19126 iMonday - 6 13 20 27 4 ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

Marriage.   LAW--JOHNSON.-On 29th ult, at the Wes— leyan Church, Euroa, by the Rev. S. Scholes, Zenas, third son of Mr George Law, Carlton, to Ophelia Adelaide, oldest daughter of Mr Eli Johnson, Euroa. ANGEL. - On the 22nd inst, Eleanor   Louisa, second eldest daughter of Mrs Clements, Railway street, Euroa, in   her 24th.year.  

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BOXING-DAY. SPORTS AT LONGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

BOXING-DAY. SPORTS AT LONGWOOD. Over 100 persons travelled by tail to Longwood on Boxing-Day, while many others-drove to the same place: At the hlour- of starting the races a largo crowd had gathered mn the racecourse, number. ing between 500 and:.600 persons. The course is situated just beyond Mr Hill's White Hart Hotel, opposite which the winning-post was erected.,. The.ground bi?d been- cleared to soni1 oXtent, butrlie trees still' interferid with the l'iew, only the start and finish of the varioua races being observable. The fields were large in most of the events, and the racing, as a rule very ;good:e. ThorEuroa Town' Band played at intervals during the day, and contributed greatly to the success of the gathering. Host Hill did a roaring trade, jodging from the crowd incessantly round the bar. Mr Geo. H. Clomley acted as judge, Mi John Doyle as starter, and ir Bell as clerk of the course, while the stewards worked well during the whole day: The Maiden Plate brought 10 horses t...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886

WI ANTED 'for Melbourno-Nice S/. GiIte f"or .gBehioral ho'u-iVdrk good wages ; must.bo Cio~petent. Aplili? L. FORDn, .Kirkland-s. - i ATIED 'Plain C.OOK Tor c hr W-A EiB ?s.: .Apply ".'L.OaD, Kirk SANTED.-Genoral : SERVANTS.; TITILL the.lrerwolv ho. found I small WATCH -CASE with a ring in it, on the days: of the fire; kindly return same,.and recui?a a rewonal, or anyone giving infdriiiatiohthat _iill ledid to its ,recovery ?sll-rueceive ax.ewrd... ".. • -, ' :V z . . .. ". r iolts Town; S.... CHEQUEdonu thee,Natiuial ,-ank aymelt; astopped.? JFidder :,rowarded:on btingiig Esune todMr?r? . Gordon, ;Euros.: LOST, from' tilu Eisaton$iankT giora on the tith Dec.. young Red C9O-W, short horns, branded C. ~tcward. • ?, ?. I- Churna WNott e. - -PRESBYTERIANCHURCH. i !'<SIOAY; 3A1iSaERY :3RD,, 185. SERVICES; will ereheld at Euro; ;?.ý marnidigp :a11 Stith;bdge, in th.e afternoon at 3 ; and Euroa, evening at 7. CHIURICH OF 'ENfGL ND. sND SUND.Y aFrsTe? CuIISTmAs. r IE REV.'FI LkW...

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